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I have an Infinity 6830cs comp set. In the owners manual all it tells me is the impedance is 2 ohm on each channel after both speakers go thru the lil passive xover. Now what I am wondering is, does anyone know what the individual impedance is on the tweet and mid by themselves? I was thinking they were two 4 ohm speakers wired down to a 2 ohm load thru the passive xover, but I dont have any info on each speaker themselves. Manual doesn't say shit, and neither does the speakers themselves. I'm tryin to incorparate another cheap set of dayton tweets into the pillars and they are 8 ohm each. I dont wanna run the cheap tweets I have off the HU, but if I did would it sound like crap? They dayton tweets I have and thinking about throwing in are the ND28F-6 http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?Partnumber=275-040&vReviewShow=1#reviews

I am thinking about running those daytons off the headunit but I'm afraid they sound like crap, they are 30w rms/60w max
 

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I have an Infinity 6830cs comp set. In the owners manual all it tells me is the impedance is 2 ohm on each channel after both speakers go thru the lil passive xover. Now what I am wondering is, does anyone know what the individual impedance is on the tweet and mid by themselves? I was thinking they were two 4 ohm speakers wired down to a 2 ohm load thru the passive xover, but I dont have any info on each speaker themselves. Manual doesn't say shit, and neither does the speakers themselves. I'm tryin to incorparate another cheap set of dayton tweets into the pillars and they are 8 ohm each. I dont wanna run the cheap tweets I have off the HU, but if I did would it sound like crap? They dayton tweets I have and thinking about throwing in are the ND28F-6 http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?Partnumber=275-040&vReviewShow=1#reviews

I am thinking about running those daytons off the headunit but I'm afraid they sound like crap, they are 30w rms/60w max
The infinity tweeter and mid range are both 2 ohms along with the crossover being 2 ohms I would not reccomend running the dayton tweets unless your willing to just get a whole new crossover and midrange to go along with it.
 

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damn i appreciate it, you cleared that up for me, I was going to run my comps from a seperate amp, and thought about running the dayton tweets of the head unit with a resistor/bass blocker on em.

Do you think thats a decent idea or should I just hold em or sell em?
 

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no need to run another set of tweets.. not gonna sound very good esp if your trying to run of hu with resistor and bass blocker lol
 

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yeah thats what I figured. Oh well I had em lying around kinda wanted to incorporate em in to what ive got already. My mids and highs should be pretty good tho with 2 sets of those infinity comp sets runnin off of a clarion xh5410. I am gonna have two memphis 10 inch s class dual 4's runnin off an arc 300.2 in mono with a 4 ohm load.

Honestly I just wanted to use those damn tweets for something who knows maybe I can trade em for something cool.
 
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